Color Labels can be used in many ways to help you catalog your files. Lanczos gives a sharp result when downsizing, for instance, but if you want to back off that a little and achieve smoother edges, try Bicubic. There are numerous other stats available. You can also find your saved searches in the Saved Searches section of the Catalog pane, which saves you the trouble of opening the Search pane. You can move the file all you like and the metadata will go with it.
I encountered an occasional error here and there, but often to no direct effect on the functionality of the software or the plugin, so while annoying, it was rarely terminal. It is absolutely essential for backing up your media regularly. Saved searches In the Saved searches area, you can save a complex search to use later, select a search to run again, or delete a saved search. Special Items You can use Special Items to quickly view all of the images in your database and any uncategorized images. Now I want to start making some albums and it will be easier if I can find all photos of one particular cat or me and the wife or daughter, customer event, etc.
If you have a substantial image collection, it may take a few moments to gather all of the information. The database increases the speed with which you can browse your computer, and you can use the information stored in the database to sort, organize, search, and filter your images and media files. What I am looking for is batch processing…more specifically to be able to assign a set of keywords to multiple photos. Based on the colors you know are in the image e. I can see all 14 when searching in Windows Explorer. When you search by both file name and a keyword or phrase, an item is included in the search result only when it includes both criteria. This is the time for me to assign a few keywords to batches of pictures.
The next set of screenshots show the right hand side or Categories window. Perhaps that will be Photoshop or it could be , which would complement Photo Studio Standard well. With these keywords, you can continue working as usual. My example: I have my fotos on ext. You can use it to limit the number of files that display and narrow a search down. Hovering the cursor over a thumbnail brings up a larger preview with vital info such as image dimensions, file size, and folder location.
It has been a couple of years since I last used Collections in Lightroom, preferring to stick with simple filters now, but it is nice to know this option is available and neatly integrated. Wilma Through the beauty of Facebook, Wilma was able to contact me directly but I thought I might share some of our discussion here if anyone else might benefit or be able to help with any of her questions. I know that I tag in a much more detailed manner than most others out there. Keywords are pretty much irrelevant and are not even used by most major search engines, including Google. Just keep in mind that not everything might work as expected every single time, or it may take time for some plugins to be properly supported. There are lots of nice touches to make tasks easier.
For example, pictures of Christmas 2006 may be in the following categories: Christmas2006, Family, Individual Names of family members, etc. I don't know that, I've never heard of it. Let's say, you have 50. To hide the icons in the Catalog pane, click Tools Options, and then select Catalog. My Element section is fairly detailed with multiple sub-categories. You may choose to make your text stand out, or take a more subtle approach. Database is new to me, in the past I just used filenames and folder structure.
Once I learn I can show my wife how to search so she can make her own photo books. . Using a patterned paper is an easy way to tie in multiple colors from a layout to make it more cohesive. New Saved search Opens the Search pane so that you can create a new saved search. Next to keywords is an elipse and an arrow…you can use that to pull up a dialog for adding keywords to your keyword list and assign keywords to the image.
It also has a set of editing tools that will quickly make your pictures look good for the web or printing. Lightroom has excellent photo editing capabilities. Yes, Lightroom has a steeper learning curve as you have to learn to keep your catalogs in sync with your hard drive. Does anyone really understand them? Need an external hard drive? As of today, there is absolutely no way to transfer editing data from Lightroom to any other post-processing software or vice versa. Match All is more exclusive.